Cinevator

 

Product overview 

The Cinevator®DTP is the newest member of the renowned Cinevator® range of real time film recorders. The Cinevator®DTP is configured specifically for Direct-to-Print applications, but maintains an easy upgrade path for those looking to add intermediate recording capabilities at a later date. Cinevation’s Direct-to-Print technology enables users to create the highest quality 35mm release print directly from digital image data. Dolby Digital®, DTS®, stereo optical sound and subtitles are all recorded simultaneously with the picture and all in Real Time. As release prints are produced without need for an intermediate negative and optical sound negative, DTP produces the sharpest, cleanest and steadiest prints imaginable. The Cinevator®DTP is the perfect choice for small any facility looking to offer their customers new and exciting release print options. The Cinevator®DTP is the new addition to the Cinevator family.

How it works 

The Cinevator®DTP receives film-data in real time through an SDI link or DVI input. Based on the film data vailable, printing jobs are prepared on a job preparation work station (a normal Desktop PC that is connected to the Cinevator). Subtitle files are easily loaded through the job preparation work station. Sound is recorded from either Dolby CA-10R (via MO disk), DTS time code generator or embedded sound on a Disk Recorder or VTR. Remote Disk Recorders or VTR’s are controlled by the Cinevator via standard RS-422 protocols. Once established, printing jobs are displayed to the operator on the LCD touch screen. The operator needs only to select the job to be printed after he has loaded and laced the film. After pressing “Start” the Cinevator runs on its own until the selected job is completed. During exposure of film a self calibrating function is active, continuously making sure that brightness and colour balance from the LED light source are always kept at the intended values.

More Information 

Cinevator Data Sheet
Subtitling White Paper
DSA35 Data Sheet
Sound Recording White Paper